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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., THUItSDAY, JAN 23 1902.
value your life ?
If our life In worth a ten ponnv nail oti need some protection
from tlio constantly occurring vlsltntlons of murderous burglars, liv
er) night finds a now victim nntl tlio next ln flndi lilm In our store
preparing against future molcstii'lon Just n da) late- Remember that
olil ndnge, "Don't put otf till tomorrow what you should do today";
but get the proper protection In one of our niohnn
Smith & Wesson
Hammer nnit hammerloss guns will take the place of a Vigilance
E. O. HALL & SON, Limited
Hope For The Condor's
Victoria B C Jan 15 Extreme un-
easiness is felt regarding the sloop-of-
war Condor wl.li h left here on Decern-
bir 2d tor Honolulu, and tthli.li. ai-
cording to advices from the Llrittsh (ior, Bliuu1il no news bo received by
Consul at the Hawaiian capital, re the Australian mall steamer, which Is
telved on Saturday has not jet reach j,,,. 0u the 23d from Honolulu
d there She left here In compau ,
with the Wnrsplto, nnd the following The Condor Is defined In tho British
night, the 3d, a terrlblo gale prevailed Admlralt list as a screw sloop She
The two parted compan) off Hatter. wns built at SlucrncBs, and was
but a litter received from ope on launched In 189S She Is of steel, nnd
boaid the llagshlp states that the ves sheathed nnd her tonnago Is 9S0 Sho
scl had a terrible experience and that Is 180 foet long, has 33 feet beam
her olllcers had grin o doubts of U lug and draws 11 fett 0 Inches. Six 4
through the storm One of the guns inch quick tire guns and four 3 pound
was wrenched from Its mountaings t.rs constitute her armament Her
and, rolling about tho decks with Hie Kpc.p,i thirteen knots Her full com
pitching tne vissel, Increased the dan piemeut of men Is 130, and the last
ger to me men Vdmlrnltj nn list gac her the fol
Some reassurance waB given to those lowing olllcers Commander. Clifton
nnxlous about the Condor b) tho tho- Selnter, lieutenants, James II Mason
ory that she might hno kept awaj Hay Wlnthrop nnd Hcnrj T V Proe
from Honolulu owing to the plague tor. surgeon Thomas II Hartley ns
there, but this Is disposed of b the 8stant pa master. William II I rank
fact that Honolulu is on the schedule u gunner, Arthur I) Aburns. ongl
of ports to be lsited bj the Condor, peer Oeorge J I) DItton.
nnd tbnt the oillcer In command could The Condor was commissioned at
not ar the arrangement without tho Chatham on Noembur 1, lflon, and
Admirals consent .More than that, her practically all of her present crew
mails are still going to Honolulu Joined her at that time.
The construction of tho Condor
voulil handicap her In a hca sea sho llrltlsh Commissioner Hoaro Is an
being of the tjpe of well decked ships thorlty for the statement that the Con
vorj high forwnrd and art and verj doi was to have sailed Tor one of the
low nmldshlps 'I no Condor carried I'nelflc Islands fiom this port on Do
about 140 men and Is a brand new cimber22. As ot ho has received no
ship this being her maiden commls word from the authorities at Esquk
slon The Shcerwater, destined for malt regai ding tho vessel, although ho
this station Is a sister ship, and the) telegraphed to them reporting her non
are regarded as suitable for the I'a at rival.
clllc service where sails can he so Among shipping men It Is not
much emploed Sho had ample coal thcuglit that the vessel will over put
for her vojage and even had sho been In an appearance nnd tho story of her
obliged to resort to her canvas shn fato Mill perhaps remain a mstcr
would have reached Honolulu b this forever
rai r n na p m r m m r rat &a Ra n m Ps foi ra ra na k rh Pa rm Pa
Solomon Mahclona. the native who
brines cladmss to the hearts of
manv wnen lie delivers me warrants
from the Auditors Department ap I
peared in the 1'ollco court this fore
noon on the charge of falling to
comnb with the orders of the sanitai)
oillcer of the Hoard of Health Malie I
lonu simeu ciiui iiu iiuu ueeii Kpuueu msi nigiil Jlu could not walk to tho
to by the officer and that he had left, police station and the patrol wagon
the matter In tho hands of tho plumb had to be summoned Crewes stated
cr. The work had not been clone and , that he had Just come from work and,
during this morning he had been again being ver) tired had lam down Tor a
to see the man and work had begun short rest The police oincer In his
at his place. opinion could not tell a drunken from
Judge Wilcox said he knew Just how an overworked man judge Wilcox
It was The people of the city weiolalzod Monday up about right and fined
In the hands of tho plumber who had , him )4 and costs,
a "lead pipe clneh." It was necessary in the case or Murphy, tho defend,
to await the will nnd pleasure of their ant told all manner o. fairy talcs. He
roal highnesses, tho plumbers Judge wbb talking to Monday Crowes when
Wilcox theroupon granted Mahclona arrested, when, as a matter of fact
a continuance of a week. and ns brougnt out b) the arresting
' ' officer, he was I)lng on the sidewalk
RECIPROCITY Willi CANADA. ?,n..K,,nB l!j"'a 1"" flic other side of
Uctliel When asked b) Judge Wilcox
Chicago Jan 12.-That no fewer J',0 drinks ho hail had replied
than 3000 of tho most prominent mer- J1"",1'? wa" "ot ,ln tlK l,al,lt r loP
chants, manufacturers, bankers and '"V?.11 fondant was found guilty
professional men or Chicago will Join,""1' ,lm'11 the usual amouut.
In petitioning CongresB to establish a I -
reciprocal trado agreement with Can l
ada is considered certain by Elmoro oreifin I rlm oi CollcCc Crcvu.
A Pierce who Is hero on behalf of I New York Inn U Despite the
the Doston Chamber of Commerce the , fnct that several Ameilean collegeH
organization lending tho movement, have been loictd to decline Invitations
Pierce will begin an active canvass
of tho business men of the city to-
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
It Is a well known fact that
-rats nro active agents in
-beo tint jour premises are
-free from this pest.
-Some so called rat poisons
merely servo to fatten
-those rnts and mlco which
fi pi liw 1.' t iifirmuli f r triit n
nm luekv enough to get a
-chant o at It.
RATS MUST GO
speedy and nbso
lutely coitnlndeath to rats
RATS MUST GO
Is poison nnd a real poison,
. ono of tho kind that kills
Ono enn will effectually
demonstrate this fnct.
50c PER CAN.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KING AND FORT.
Up By Sailors
time ns the record sailing time from
Ibniltli to Honolulu U eighteen
' " ,,llapton , ma,,ng preparations
n nroieed In the track of tlio Con-
WAS PIRCD, IOT DRUNK.
Among those on the Police Court
calendar chnigcd with drunkennesu
tins morning was "Monday' Crowes
and K Murph) both of whom pleaded
The police olllccr w.io arrested
Cievvcs stated Hint tin. mn un. hi,,,.
In tho mud when he found him lato
to row In foreign waters this )cji It
Is believed piobable that theie will bo
an American college crew nbioad In
the summer A plan Is now under con
sideration by the stewards of the Hud'
eon Hlver Intercolleclnto Ilnulnir An
Boclntlon whereb) It is proposed to
senu to liuropo the winner or tho vnr
slty raco at Poughkeepsle In Juno.
Though tho plan to send a Columbia
crew to England this )ear has been
abandoned thcro Is a possibility or tho
local university being represented at
Henley in 1003 Columbia Is to be
represented In tho single scull raco at
Poughkeepsle this year
John WIIIIh liner nt San Dlcfn.
San Diego Jan 11 John Willis
Ulaer general secretary of the Nation
al Christian Hnilinrnr ITtllnn nrrtvn.l
n San Diego this evening direct from
,8 homo In Uostou, Mass, and will
locate hero ror the winter Ho Is ae
companieil by Mrs liner and theli
three ehlldien and by O V Van Du
,.n or Minneapolis. mthtP r Mrs
n..P ti,,. .,n.t i,n- i.,., i,., i......
lllB t0(ny aa thu ,, wm ,
... .... ... :
me nmi t10 c,Hiiren will attend
utiiini uhit,. u-... i- .....ii.,.. m,ini
Iouib throughout tho States or tho
Paclde Const nnd Rocky mountain ro
K on Ho w eave hire on his first
tour of n(jf)Ut ft ,, uuratIon (Ul
llcrr Woll? Reelcctnl
Vienna, Jan, 15 Herr Wolff, the
Pan-German leader whose colleagues
in tho Reichstag lecently Insisted on
his resignation on account of a social
seandal, was re-elected (o the Relchs
rath tod j j at a bye election held at
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Full moon on the 23d at 1 30 p m
Tides from tho United Slates Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Knhiilul ana Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than nt Ho
nolulu Hawnllan Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Urecn wclh time, being
.n.a of tho meridian of 157 30. Tho
time whistle ovvs at 1 30 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich, On 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thcro
n branch of tho U S Hydrographlc
Office located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free or charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
I-ntest Information can bo obtained re
gardlng lights, dangers to navigation
nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Iltirenti. I'unahou. January
22 Temperntuie Morning minimum,
G3, Mldda) maximum, 76
llarometer nt 9 a m 2"t9i Irregulnr.
Dew I'olnt G3F
Humldlt) at l a m 75 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uar) 22 Weather hazv, wind light
Wednesday, January 22.
OSS Ventura, llajward, 5 dajs
20 hours from San Francisco.
Sehr Hob Hoj from Pearl lllvcr.
Thursday, January 23
Stmr. James Makcc. Tullctt. from
Stmr W. (J Hall, Thompson, from
Am whale bark John K. Wlnthrop,
Mncromber, from San Krauclsco, De
cember 28th, called to put sick man
ashore standing on nnd off outside
Wedncsdaj, Januarj 22.
Stmr Wnlalenle, I'lltz. ror Eleclo.
Stmr Ke Ail Hon, Mosher, lor Ana
hola and ICIInuea.
Stmr Nlihnu Thompson, tor Knuna
kaknl nnd Kau.
Sehr Mokihaua for Anahola
Stmr Hanalei, Greene, tor Knhului
TTiursday. Januaij ii
OSS Ventura, llajward foi Pago
Pago and the Colonies.
Stmr Knlulanl Dovver for Malm
kona nnd Hamakua ports
U 8 A T Kllpatrick. Rogers from
San 1 ranelsco.
Stmr Ivvnlnnl Greene, Un Knunl
ports nt 5 p m
Stmr I.ehua, Napala, ror Molokni
and Maul ports, at 5 p. m
Sehr. Twilight, ror Hanalei and Ka
llhlwnl, at 5 p. m.
Sehr Eclipse, Townsend, for Maul
and Kona, Hawaii, ports, at 3 p m.
Horn Kauai, per stmr James Ma
kee Januarj -J Paul Iseuberg, L
E Dcebe, T. W. Nottingham.
l'rom Kuual, per stmr W. G Hall,
January 23. II A Jaegei, A btadt
1'ioln bun Kranrlsco, per OSS.
Ventura, Jan 23 Dr. W E Allen, .Mrs
I D Uutterfield, Dr. A II. Clark and
wife, A. 1). Clark Jr., W U. Hajes. S
J Head) and wife, Hanson Moote, Mrs
M. E Moore, Miss K G Moore. W A
Scrlpps nnd wife, Mlaa E M Wallace
E C. Wilson Mrs C H. Andrew, A
N Campbell, W II Corbln, George E
Dow, II. E. Hoffman, .e and maid,
R. 13. Hogue, .Mrs K J Nott, Mlsf
Laura A Nott, Miss I.. A Perkins, Miss
K. M. Scverson, Judge George D Geat
I.. T. Weaver, .Master Wilson, A E
Angler, W. R Castle Jr. O M Dunbar
J. W. Ferris, U J Kano nnd wire. Da
vld Lawrence, L Pockwltz and wife
F. S. Preseott, Miss A C. Rlec, Miss F.
L, Sharp, Miss V M. Sharp, II. Young
and wife, Mrs A Ameshj, Mrs Christ,
living Fish, J R. Gait, wife nnd vvn
children, Mrs E Lehners, S -M Ullle
Miss K Richardson, J. G Rotlivvcll
and wife, Miss E. P Saigent M Miep
herd, C II Smith, II C Schmidt, nnd
wife, N U. Iliovvn nnd vvlf, II. 1
Cooke, Thos 11 Gregg, WIMInm C
Gregg J Mlehels, wife and child II S
Stherraeihorn, P. Schncldei. l
Sehweltzcr and wife, r E rhompioii,
A. II, Wagner. G W. Stack, C M
Adrlunce, Fred Hohncik J MLl'iild"!
M. O'Hnra, C A Shepheid Mih N
Uenbow, Mrs J How son and child,
Mrs. J McLean, W I Oldlng, Mis .1
C. Stuart and child, A. W Clark L L
Maupln, J. Murraj, Mrs. J R PgiUt
and two children, Q. Teubnor Jat,
Guild and wife, II. II. J M Cracken,
Miss P Noble, Miss S. Rnjmoud, Ml.
Wilcox, Miss E Herrlck, Miss M Her
rlek, Mrs W Noble, Oscar F. Hitler,
J. H Williams. Robert O'Jeda F C
Aldrlih, G I. Waters. W 1 Tuomp
son, S Glacomo, F. M I.jnJi, J A
Johnson, A E Aldrldge, J lUdiiiussPii,
C. Eccles, Charles It Soar, A Jacob
For tho Colonies, per OSS Ven
turn, Jan 23. John Lnthrop und thu
Rial Compan) of pla)eis
The stenmera James Mnhee anil W
O Hall arrived from Kauai poits this
nrnl"K ca(1 hnvlng a full load of
isiiKar Purser Lugan or tho Makce
rp")0rts rainy weather nnd tough Bens
on th,e Kauai coast and heavy rains
crusaiuB uiu iiiuuiii.1 on ...e y ..uiuo
KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Ily oidoi of tho Directors, the annual
meeting of tho stockholders of Kihct
Plantation Company Is called for Frl
'lay, January rflst, at 10 a m , at tho
r?onJ a',ov,t' th, m"ces of Mc88r8 Cas
tie & Cooke, Ltd
L A .tlUIlSTON,
Secretary Kind Plantation Co
Honolulu, January 23d, 1902.
a m ft p m Ip m a, m
mi i 08 i i i oi 6 o, 8 iS
at i 58 i 1
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Want Column btc Pajje six
WANTED Il nn experienced nc
(oiinlnnl n Kltuntlon In the lit)
hns bun I vears on plantations In
these Islands lint now Intends to n
main In Honolulu first (lass refer
ences ddn h I X I- Ilullitln of
FOR SALE One old fashioned koa
tnl le In good condition Inquire at
l.lllha St No 1047, three doors
nbove School St 20.2 lw
FOR SALE CHEAP 18 jenr lease of
now I v built cottnges and 1 nevvlj
built stable (00x50 feet) on l'nuoa
load near bridge with following In
6 fine horses.
1 new hack.
2 pair single harness.
1 pair double harness.
1 carriage pole.
A bargain at $3500.
Fort Street, opposite Hackfel's.
FOR SALE House and lot, desirable
location on Prospect Street, and
commands fine vlow of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanac moun
House has "0 foot veranda and eon
tains following rooms Double par
lor, dining room, pantry, kitchen,
bath room and water closet.
Stables and servants' quarters on
Yard laid out with fruit trees, some
of which are bearing
Size of lot 100x120 feet.
To be sold on easy terms
Fort Street, opposite Hackfeld's.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United Stntes ror tne Territory or Ha
waii In the Mnttcr or Chow Man et
nl doing business ns let Chung.
llankrupt In Ilankruptcy To the I
Credltom of Chew Man alias ct I
Chong or Honolulu, In tho Island of
Oahu, nnd district nforesnld, n bank
rupt Notice Is herebj given that on
the 22d da ot January, A 1) 1902.
the said Chew Man, alias Yet Chong.
was dill) adjudged bankrupt, nnd thnt
tho first meeting of his creditors will
be held at mj office, 33A a King street
In Honolulu on tho 5th day ot Feb
rnary A D 1102 at 9 o'clock In tho
forenoon at which time the said ered
liars ma j attend, prove their claims,
appoint a trustee, cxamlno tho bank
rupt, and transact such other business
ns mny properl) come before snld
meeting. W.M. S FLEMINO,
Refcreo In Ilankruptcy.
Honolulu, January 23, 1902.
At the annual meeting ot tho Ha
vvallan Chinese Kona Coffee Land Co
Ltd , held at the office of Wing Wo
Chan Co Saturdaj'. January 18th. the
follow Ing officers wcro elected to
serve during the ensuing jenr:
Chu Gam . . . President
L. Ahlo Vice President
S. Chang Chau Secretary
H. A. Heen Auditor
Yee Chin . Treasurer
Tho above named gentlemen, with
T Ahiing and J P Makalnal, consti
tute the board of directors
HAWAIIAN CHINESE KONA COF
FEE LAND CO . LTD
S CHArtG CHAU.
2051 lw Secretary.
This Matter of Advertising
is a Curious Thing
We have told you time and again about
THE STEEL AERMQTQR
and j on understand perfectly well
most of tho points, jet Bhould wo neg
bet this pounding or the truth nboul
our goods j oil would In time lose
sight of us and buy some other fel
Although he Is a good fellow and has
a Tali windmill wo cannot afford to
allow such a calamity to befall as the
substitution ot any other windmill
where the AERMOTOR ought to bo
used and It ought to bo used ln ovei)
place where a low priced and high
classed mill Is wanted
Wo keep on hand a full supply of
extras ror mo above mill
HAWAIIAN HARD WAR EGO,, Ltd
816 Fort St., Honolulu, H. T.
Pound-Master's Notice of Hstrays
Notlco Is hereby given that tho mil
mils described bolow have been tm
pounded In t..o Government Pound at
.Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless tho pound fees nnd damages
are booner satisfied will ho sold xl
the dato hereafter named according to
Inn 17 1902 1 Roan Horse branded
CI' (similar to) on the right hind
leg nnd on tho left A, with n Chi
nebo chniaeter, white stioke on fore
bend to nostrils, left foreleg black,
Tho above etraved animals will be
sold on Saturday, Feb 1, 1902
If not called for beforo tho dato men
200,-3t Pound Master.
1 igTSSrfjL L chca5?
Third and Last
Great Clearance Sale
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Wednesdny February 2Cth, 1902,
at 12 o'clock noon nt the front en
mum nt thn .Imllrlnrv HtilMlncr will
be sold nt Public Auction the leases, tons for Klula Iotg must be ma(le ,n
of the following Government lands. pergon by the appUcnnt at the mce
1. All of that portion of tho lander E ,,a(ittln n mio. Hawaii,
known as tho land of Kaapoko, situate where ,)lan of 8a(, ,oU may bo Bcen
In the district of Illlo. Hawaii, and be- an(, fllrtllcr nformat)on regarding
ing all of that portion of said land game ma be 0UtamC(li Tho Bad ot.
lying above and mauka of the Govern- ces , ,)t opened t0 rccoU(J app.
ment road. Containing an nrea of 100 calong at 9 O.cock a m 0 Tnura.
nc,eBl !day February 27, 1902.
Term Five ) ears Terms conditions, plans and further
Upset Rental-$320 per annum, pay parllclllarg on nl)me 8aIcg nay bo llad
nblc semlnnnunll) In advance upon application nt the Public Lands
,ii. .. .....i uai-i u. ....... .....un- .u
thejllstrlct of koolau Maul, extending
liom the enstern boundnrj of the Aln
puan of Honnninnu to the western
brink of Wnllua Ikl gulch and extend
Ing from the ocean to the boundary of
the land of Haiku nnd containing nn
nrea of 12 500 ncres
Lease to be sold under forest condl
Term Twent) one jears
Upset Rentnl JMOii per annum
pa) able semi nnnunllj In nilvnnec.
3 All that tract of land situate in
the dlstilrt of Koolau Mnul extend
ing from the western brink ot Wnllua
Ikl gulch to the western brink of gulch
between lands or Kapaula nnd Puakea
(or Pankea), said gulch being also
named "Walaakn gulch" nnd extending
fiom the ocean to the boundarj of the
ln,l nf Itnlbn nn,l ,.,ntlnln.r nn nro
ot C500 acres.
Lease to be sold under forest condl
Term-Tvvent) one )enrs
. ,. . , .,,A
Upset Rentnl-J4000 per annum, pay-
able semlnnnunll) In advance
On nnd after Februarj 2oth, 1902. nt
the office or Chas Williams, nt Hono
,, , ,, ,, ,
ban Hamakua, Hawaii. ma be ap
piled lot under conditions or the Land
Act of 1895, for Right of Purchase
Leases and more particular Bet forth
.... i .. i,. i n r i.i i .i .
under Pnrt II of said Land Act.
The following lots In Kanpahu tract
No Lot. Area. Appraised Vi
42 19 50 $243 75
43 21100 . .. 250 00
44 20 0U . . .. 250 W
45 20 00 .... 200 00
4fi 20 00 200 00
47 20 00 200 00
48 20 00 150 00
49 19 00 142 50
50 25 50 190 25
51 25 50 190 25
59 22 00 11.5 00
00 2J"0 lt)5 00
i.l 2150 101 25
(.2 2(1 W 150 00
(.3 20 00 .... 150 00
U4 20 00 200 00
1.5 2(1 U0 2U0 00
ji 20 OH 2UU 00
U7 20 00 2(10 00
Ob 20 Mil 200 00
09 22 HO 275 00
70 22 00 275 00
71 22 00 275 00
74 22 25 27812
75 21 25 . . . 205 02
7(1 21.25 212 50
77 21 50 215IW
78 25 00 187 50
79 27 00 2U2 50
89 20 00 ... . 150 00
90 23 00 .. . . 172 50
91 22 00 .. .. 105 00
92 22 00 105 00
93 23 ou . .. . 230 00
94 23 UO . . . 230 00
95 23 00 .... 230 00
90 23 00 287 50
97 23 00 287 5U
And nlbo at the otRct of J Kaele-
nnikule, at Kiulua N Kona, Hawaii,
on and nftei the above date the fol
lowing land sltunU. in the dlst.let of
S Kona Ilnwall ma) be applied for
iinilei nbove conditions ol said Land
Land Area Appraised Vnlue
Papa I 930 U0 I93U00
Notice Is heieb) given iliat tuo lands
described lu the Schedule hereto, will
be opened for application under pio
visions of the Land Act ot 18')5 tor
homestead lenses, on or alter Febiu
ur 2oth 1902
1 23 lots In Kaauhuhu tract, Hamn
Uua, Hawaii having an area of from
SI, 00 WAISTS FOR 50c
5 to 10 acres each
2 S lots In Klula tract, Puna, Ha
wall having an area of from 8 to 10
All applications for Kaauhtihu lots
must he made In person by the appli
cant at the office of Chas Williams In
.... ... ...
lionounn. llnmnkua. anil nil nnnllrn.
omco Honolulu or nt tho offices ot
,, D BaUn ,Illo, chag wmiams.
Honokaa, Hawaii, J Kaelemnkule,
Kallua Hawaii, and W. O Aiken, Pa
(Signed) EDWARDS 110 YD.
Commissions or Public i.unds
Janunr.v 15th 1902
2052.. Jnn 23, Feb 25
u TO HAVE
Chadron, Neb , Jan. 14. Information
from Pine Ridge Agency reaching
Chadron todaj casts some light on Tne
destruction of the battleship Maine, It
t!le ?t0.r' t true A Spaniard Oil a
iranch, In a drunken moment, conrebs-
od that he blew up tho battleship, hop
Ing to create war between the United
States and Spain thereby throwing
W?Ier out of m.cc' tUe sa'la,"' ""
getting revenge lor a personal grlev
,ncc agalnst the captain general.
Shortlj after the battleship Maine
was destrojed lu Havana haiboi a
ill ducatcd Spaniard atrlved at thn
i large stock ranch In bioux countj own
,, ,,y Bob ago Ho toM Vn'K0 up
had been In Cuba about tho tlmo the
Maine was destrojed Uejond that
WP W0,lllJ 'Hscuss matters only when
I,n a reminiscent mood, brought on by
Inl,inn,. n.ii i.. .1.1. n,ii
n few dajs ago he told Yago he was
Manuel de Silvia Rraga aud wns a cap
'tBln ln rtie Spanish amij during Wey.
,ers canlpagn, Hc conceived the
Idea that the thing to do wns In somo
way to cause war between America
and Spain In order to be avenged on
Wejlei. He was lamlllar with tho
harbor and knew all about marine ox-
I plosives He knew the batteries that
coutiolled the mlues. llraga sajs ho
loiiciieu cue uuuon mat sent the
Malue to tho bottom of the harbor and
then made his escape to this countrj.
His stoij Is being Investigated.
ROUGH RIDER DEMOCRAT.
Tucson vjlz Jan 8 The nnnolnt
went bv Piebldent Roosevelt todn) of
iiLiijamin Daniels as united States
I marshal for Atlzona was tecelved with
'surprise as Daniels is a pronounced
i Democrat Republicans here aie thun
dcrstiuck at the appointment, nnd
non i kiiow what to make of It. Dan
lels was a Rough Rider and was with
Roosevelt at San Juan hill Ho Is well
known as a courageous nnd efficient
olllcei He vvne foi thieo years night
marshal of Clippie Creek Col dining
the camp's btoimy peilod The ap
polntment Is believed to be a pergonal
matter with the President.
Frederick Naive, who was today ap
pointed United Stntes Attoinej tor
Ailzona Is one of tho lutghtest and
mrst populai joung nttomejs of the
ferritin) He nas district nttorne)
of Santa Ciuz count) and becrctar) of
tho Arizona code commission His ap
polntment Is n complete biirprlMi to
COLUMBIA'S M1W PISE8IDEiT.
New York Jan 13 Columbia Unl
vcrslt) will hold foimal exeulses on
Apill 19th to celebrate the tnkliiK of
o.llce of the new nitlrn ii m,i,
olas Muiph) llutler The fc atiuo' will
be the picseuce ot Piesldent Roose-
J.'",89 ,,ni' Kllest ut ,lle unlversltv
Ht'J? ?o?ZZ VXtl
ie teatou loi liU m . r n elab
oiete piogiam Is 1 I'u picpnied
oinmlttees lepiisentlug the lacul
tluh and the students will be appoint
en latin The eeiclis will be if
limcl the name charaetei ns thoho nt
the Installation of Seth Low lu 1890.
Illrmlugliam, Via Jan 13. A spa
clal to the Age Herald from Gieens
born Alt savs Captain Richmond
P Hulmon has not leslgned from tho
Nav) He has merelj applied foi u
jenis leave ot absence nnd expects
to devote his time to lectin ing, having
had main hanilRnmn nfTrtrA niniln him
to eutei upon this line of work
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